Michael Santos inspires others to break through expectations and reach their highest potential. Through the context of his story, he shows audiences how to identify core values and set clearly defined goals. His high-energy presentations help others see that both challenge and adversity are constants in life and business. Michael works with leaders in academia, business, and community groups to tailor presentations that show how he used a values-based, goal-oriented approach to conquer more than 26 years of imprisonment.
Members of your audience walk away with renewed energy and commitment, learning that any individual can triumph over external influences. Growth through struggle is the context of Michael’s message. Yet in the end, he offers a human story of man overcoming challenge.
He teaches a class called The Architecture of Incarceration at San Francisco State University and lectures on university campuses across America. Michael speaks about his journey and describes how mass incarceration influences society, breading intergenerational failures. Michael has addressed large audiences at UC Berkeley, Stanford Law School, The University of San Francisco Law School, and other learning institutions. Through his presentations, citizens understand why our nation’s commitment to mass incarceration is the greatest social injustice of our time. Watch the video of Michael’s presentation at the University of California Berkeley for a sample of a 40-minute lecture.
Learn how he can design and deliver presentations for your organization. Your audience will find his message inspiring and educational.